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THE DAILY NEWS.
JW LAUGEST CIBCULATION.-THE DALLY NEWS
BEING IHK NEWSPAPER OFFICLALLY RECOG?
NISED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON. PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF LETTER8 RESLtLNING IN THE POSTOF?
FICE AT THE END OF EACH WEEK, ACCORDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW PC STOFFICE
MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1867.
1. O C A L M V T T K R S .
A CCTION SALES THIS DA T.
KILROY* CO., will soil, at 10 A. M., clothlug dry
CAMPBELL KNOX A Co., will ??ell, at 10 A. M.,
ribbons, dry goods, Ac.
DR. H. BAEB.-in connection with tho change
in the management of the NEWS announced this
morning, the proprietors are compiled to re?
linquish tho services of Dr. H. BAEB, who bas been
engaged in this office, as associate editor, almost
from the very commencement of this paper. Dr.
BABB'S value as an accomplished journalist is so
well known that it need scarcely be referred to
here; but the proprietors desire to express their
high opinion of his industry, energy and varied
ability. They know his merit, and part from bim
with a regret that is only softened by the fact that
their personal regard will be unduninished, and
that he who was, so to speak, tho "god-father of
the NEWS" will still be its firm friend and sup?
THE ABBEVILLE BANNER notices the death of
Mr. EDWARD J. WALKER, formerly a citizen of
UNION REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.-Tho members
of this party ure referred to a notice of a mass
meeting that will be held in the several wards to
uight for tho election of delegates to a convention.
FASHIONS FOR GENTLEMEN.-Overcoats to the
knees, very tight pants like those worn thirty
years ago, and silk hats, with low crowns and
broad brims. Such are men's fashions for the
coming season. _
CHA>OE OF SAILING DAY OF THE STEAMSHIP
FALCON.-We are authorized to state that the
sailing day of the steamer Falcon has been chang?
ed from Tuesday, the 29th, to Thursday, the 31st,
st 10 A. AI. *
SALE OF A VESSEL_The Brig Henry Laurens,
built in East Alschias, (Me.) of 117 79-100 tons,
uow lying in this port, was sold ou Saturday by
U. S. Maishall Epping, with her tackle, Ac, for
POSTPONEMENT OF THE CIKCDS VISIT.-In conse?
quence of some unforeseen delays, DAN CABTELLO
has been compelled to deprive our citizens of the
pleasure of beholding his renowned show, until
the 11th of November. The juveniles who have
gazed wonderingly at the huge pictures on his
sign board, will have to console themselves with
the anticipation of the good time coming.
FREIGHTS.-The increase in the arrivals of cot?
ton from the interior, has caused quite a demand
for steam freight room, and the steamships de?
parting for Northern ports appear all to go full.
The Champion which left for New York on Satur?
day, had on board 1440 bales of Upland Cotton,
besides other merchandise, and the Alabama
which departed early on Sunday, had about 1000
packages of cotton, rice, and other sundries. Ves?
sels seem to be in demand here.
SAILS AGAINST STEAM.-Tho fine three-masted
schooner Moses B. Bramhall, Captain HUSSEY,
arrived here on Saturday last ia sixty-five hours
from New York, having left that city on Wednes?
day. The trip may be considered in all respects as
equal to steam time. She is now employed in
AIACBEAPY'S line of New York packets, and is one
of the fastest vessels on the coast. Mr. WILLIAM
ROACH is the agent here for th ?se first class sail?
THE STEAMSHIP GEOBOE B. UPTON.-This excel?
lent steamer, now employed in the trade from this
port to Boston, has just been overhauled and her
machinery placed in thorough order. Her per?
formance may now be expected to bo more satis?
factory than usual. We learn that ehe left Boston
on Saturday morning for this port, with a good
freight and a fair number of passengers. WIL?
LIAM ROACH. Esq., her>gent here, will give every
information to shippers at his ?frico on East Bay,
comer of * dger's South Wharf. ;
THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY.-The Express
Company of thia city, under the superintendence
of Ur. T. D. GILE-SPIE, has always offered every
accommodation to the public in the conveyance of
freights. They have recently placed messengers
on the night Columbia train which connects with
the Greenville and Columbia Eoad, and all moneys
and freight confided to their care are forwarded
through without any delay at Columbia. This
will prove a great assistance to shippers, and will
enable consignees to receive their goods at the
earliest possible date.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Among the arrivals at the
principal hotels yesterday we noted the following :
Pavilion HoteL-J. B. Tollesr. Jonesville; E. L.
Linden, Union; J. W. Jenkins, Augusta; Charles
E. Jones, 8. C.; Mrs, Wm. Miller and child, N. Y.
Charleston Hotel.-W. C. Norris, Orangeburg; A.
L. Ellis and lady, Georgetown: Capt. 8. Whitman,
8. 8. Cortes, N. Y.
Mils House.-Vf. J. Cranston, Augusta, Ga.; O.
H. Hart, N. Y.; W. J. Jurrell, Ga.; M.' Cartwright,
Tenn.; L. Wilson, Fla,; T. A. L. Cassidy, N. C.;
George B. Denning and lady, N. Y.
MAYOR'S COTJBT.-The only culprit brought be
foro the Court was a cow with a crumpled horn,
though not the same one spoken of by Mother
Goose as having performed the un-cow-like feat of
jumping over the mrx>n. The bovine was fou 3d
going astray, wandering in forbidden pastures
contrary to the ordinance made and provided in
such cases, and was impounded. An owner appear?
ing to claim hi? beast, was informed that a one
dolkr greenback was the only key that could re?
lease her. This was paid, with a promise ' ?at he
would teach his cow to avoid trespassing on for?
THE CHAELESTON STEAM 8AW MILL.-Among the
various improvements that are now being per?
fected in different parts of the city, we are pleased
to notice the rebuilding of the Charleston Steam
Saw Mill, better known, perhaps, as STEDTMXTEB'S
Mill. 'Phis mill is at the foot of Beaufain street,
fronting on Gadsden street, and was burnt down
before the war. Messrs. J. H. STETNMETEB A Son
the present proprietors, have commenced rebuild?
ing the mill on the old site, and expeot to have it
in full operation by January. The lumber business
of Charleston has always been an important source
of revenue, and we are rr'vl to see that Messrs.
STEINMETER & Sor. have determined to pnt their
mill again in running order.
ARREST OF PASTIES CONCERNED IN TEASING UP
THE TRACK ON THE SOUTH CAROLINA RA?LROAD.
Officer COATES, of the Detective Force, who has
been absent from the city on the trail of certain
parties suspected of having torn up the track or
the South Carolina Railroad, near Hopkins Turn
Out, returned to the city a few days since with
three colored men, Barnoy Goodwin, John Mont?
gomery and William Kirkland. The prisoners
were taken about nine mUes from Columbia, and
near the sceu? of the accident. The arrest was
made, by order of the Commanding General, and
the parties turned ovor to Lieutenant HENDRICKS
for examiuation. Their depositions and the evi?
dence in the case was taken by Magietr .to KANA
PAUX, and will ba made public in a short time.
IROS COTTON TIRS.-In walking along the
wharves, the difference between the cotton bales
secured by ropes and those having iron bands is
apparent. Tho former have au old-fashioued
clumsy appearance, which is in striking contrast
with the clo. \ compact bales bound with iron.
Many of the latter have been compressed in the
patent hand-rower press, and, being all of the
same size, are more easily handled than those
prepared in the country screw. As a large num?
ber of ties have beor, patented, samples of each
can be econ on the different wharves, and those
interested can compare tho patents and form some
estimate of theu- efficiency. Thc iron ties have
been received with general favor by the planters
and a large proportion of the cotton now sent to
market is secured in this manner. No deduction
is allowed tor the extra weight, but the advantages
more than counterbalance this loss. It is a known
fact that cotton bales bound with iron aro less
likely to be damaged by fire than others, several
fires having occurred nt different points, in which
the iron bound bales ware the only ones that were
saved. Cotton merchac ts, shippers, and insurance
agents, as a rule, prefer tho iron tie, and, as its
adoption by the cotton planters will affect the.
price of hemp, the objection to these ties are urged
principally by persona interested in the growth of
GOOD PASSAGE.-The superior and regular ?to
ship Moneka, Captain SnACKFOHP of the Pcoy
line, Mesara. .INO. ft TH>:O. GETTY, Agents,
rived hero at au early hour on Sunday after
excelleut passago of fifty-eight hours from I
York. Tho Moneka is in all respects, ono of
most reliablo boats trading from this port.
VANDERHOBST'S WHARF-THE LEARY LINE.-1
largo aud commodious wharf, which has boen li
know n by tho name of VANDERHORST'B from
ownership in that family, has lately been under
ing considerable repairs, the bulkheads hav
been cut down and rebuilt witta new palme
The bridges have boen repaired and new tim
and plank put in place of tho old and a substan
and commodious shed is now being fitted up i
will soon be completed for tho accommodatioi
tho LEARY line of steamships, now composed of
Saragossa and Alabama, both superior vessels i
well commauded. The agouts of tho lino hero
Messrs. RATSSTEL & Co., aud their ships le
promptly for New York on every Saturday. 1
wharf has beeu for many years uudor the mana
meut of Mr. F. P. ELFORD, whoso excellent bi
ness capacity has been displayed in the o?nd
of the affairs of this property.
BROWN ft Co's WHARVES.-This valuable prope
composed of two pier hoads, and which is so c
trally and conveniently located for, business, h
lor some time past, been in 1 he hands of the wh
builders, and the South pier which is very bri?
ana commodious, has been largely rebuilt W
new Palmetto work, and the wharf placed in 1
best condition for the accommodating of vess<
The docks have been dredged during the p
jrasason, and with an excellent ?lied to facilitate I
discharge of cargoes, every desirable facility can
given for tte ?apid dispatch ot work. Previous
the war tb'.s property was under the efficient mi
agement of the late H. P. STREET, Esq., and
now under control of his son, Mr. THADDI
STREET, of tho house of STREET Bro. & Co. T
tact displayed in its management has secured
a full share of traffic; and tho wharves genera
present a lively and business-like appearance.
THE WEATHER.-A sorry set of rueful visag
was turned skyward yesterday, but no ray of ho
gleamed out from the leaden clouds. The clerk
the weather had evidently changed the pi
gramme, and many church-goers wero reluctan
compelled to remain at home. A rainy Sunday
always depressing. The love of a bonnet cani
be admired, and the pleasure of wearing Sundi
go to-meeting clothes is gone. Old Plavins is
respecter of persons, and those whose duties c
them abroad aro glad to escape from his fury
taking refugo in a street car. In a city li
Charleston, a rainy Sunday has more than t
usual solemn stillness connected with the ht
day. Tho streets are comparatively deserted, ai
the hotels havo only a few stragglers -who t
to kill time, while the slim attendance at t
churches shows luat there are not many believe
iu the cid proverb that "a Sunday rain cann
PI.-'KET-MAKERS.-The timo for tho election
delegates to the Military-Law Convention is a
proachiug, and tho ticket-makers are airea
busily at work. A correspondent has sent ut
list of nominations, or tickets, already projecte
and, if the names were published, some of o
good citizens would be surprise 1 at tho compai
in which the political manip?late?? havo plac?
thom. Four tickets are given by our correepo
dent. The first is called ny him the "Modest,
Spoils ticket," tho second is thc ' Radical ticket
the third ia the "Citizens ticket." and the frur
ia the "Union Republican ticket." Eic h tiok
contains nine names. On the first, second ai
fourth is Collector A. G. MACKEY. On the fir
and second, is United States Marshal J. P. 1
EPFTNO. On the first and third, is F. L. Cardoz
On the first and second, is C. C. BOWEH. On tl
fourth is the Hon. F. A. SAWYER, Mr. N. PARKE
R. Cain, A. J. Ransier, and R. C. DeLarge.
Om STEAMSHIP LIMES.-The steamship is fa
taking possession of the traffic on tho ocean, an
in accordance with thu) tendency, the numbs:
plying from the various Northern ports to th
point aro constantly increasing. We have at pr
sent three regular lines to New York ; the fir
composed of the steamships Champion and Mai
hat tan, with the Rhode Island and James Adgi
soon to be added. Those vessels will bo well r<
presented here by Messrs. STREET BROS. & Cc
and COURTENAY SC TRENHOLM. Tho LEARY LIN:
consisting of the superior steamers Saragossa au
Alabama, Messrs. RAYENEL tc Co., Agents ; tb
People's Line, which consist of tho steainahij
E. B. Sonder, Moneka and Prometheus, of whir.
Messrs. JNO. ft THEO. GETTY are the Agents.
It will be s>?en that shippers may ha\
good dispatch for all freight from or to th
point from New York. We have the Baltimoi
Stoam Lino, consisting of tho Sea Gull, Falco
and Patapsco, leaving every five dava, and givin
quick dispatch to that point, Messrs. MORDECAI
Co. and COURTENAY . & TRENHOLM Agents. Tb
Boston Line, at present composed of tl:
steamship Goo. B. Upton, W. ROACH, Eaq.. Agen
and the Philadelphia Line, which is run by tl
steamship Alliance, Mesara. H. F. BARER & CV
THE FKEEDMENV SA VINOS AND TR?BT COMPANY
The Freedmen of Charleston havo accepted th
responsibilities of tho situation in a far betti
spirit than their brethren in other cities. Th?
havo gone to work with a will, and have Bhown
praiseworthy desire io better their condition i
life. Politio8 have not affected their brains to an
great extent, and, though fond of attending publi
meetings, there are but few who neglect thei
work for this purpose. The Budden chango froi
slavery to freedom has been made, and Charlot
ton is still, perhaps, the most orderly city in th
United States. The friends of the negro, the tm
philanthropists, established during the war
savings institution, where the freedmen could di
posit their earnings. ThiB was located at Waal:
ington, with twenty branch offices in various part
of the country, and though in operation but a lei
years, haa already proved a Buceen?. It baa in
duced the negro to be provident and economical
and his savings have often amounted to a con-id
erable sum. In the monthly statement of this ir
ti ti tn tu m it appeals that the Charleston brandi r
State street hos received $22,09419 as deposits du
ring the month of September. This is the larges
amount received at any offiCb, and speaks well fo
the thrift and industry of our colored people.
A NEW PAVEMENT FOR EAST BAY.-The Commit
tee on Streets have at last succeeded in aecunu
a pavement for a portion of East Bay that will, w
think, give general satisfaction. The City En
gineerwas engaged on Saturday in having th
sidewalk on the East side of this street, betweei
Market and Cumberland streets graded for a coat
bag of tar and hmo. This combination ?B knowi
as the asphaltum pavement, snd haa been receiv
ed with favor wherever used. It is not altogethci
an experiment in this city, as the sidewalk in fron
of General CANBY'S house, and a portion of Kinf
street near the Battery, are psved with this ma
tonal. That now being hid on East Bay will bi
composed of a mixture of tar and refuse lime, thc
latter being obtained from the gaa works. This
will form a hard, durable pavement, almost im?
pervious to weather, and but little affected bj
time, and can be used in a few hours from the timi
it ia laid. Aside from these advantages the as?
phaltum pavement costs far lesa than those form?e
of brick or flagstones, as the material ia abundant
and can be obtained at a small outlay. It will be
a great improvet.ient to Fast Bay, aa that stroet
has boen without a sidewalk for some time, ant
during rainy weather ia almoat impassable. If thc
present experiment should prove successful, thc
committee design furnishing the entire street with
a sidewalk of this material.
EXTENSION OF THE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
RAILROAD.-bince the work of relaying thc* track
w*9 commenced o t this road it hus progressed
rapidly. All obstacle. - have been overcome, bridges
that had been burnt were rebuilt, and each day't
work brought Savannah nearer to her 8ister city.
We have now to chronicle a recent extension ol
the road that will Boon open a lino of trivel to Coo
aawhatchio. A substantial bridge baa been placed
over the river, and paaaougera and freight can bu
conveyed to that point, where lhere are good
wagou roada to the neighboring villages. Every
effort has been made by the Directora to have the
work on thia road completed at an early day, and
from the energy already displayed, thia consum?
mation cannot be far distant.' Charleston will soon
be connected witta Savannah, Millen and the inte?
rior or Georgia, while a route will be opened that
will allow of through travel fruin Southwestern
Georgia and Florida to New York. Tho business
of the road has increaeed with its extension, and
when completed, it will doubt'ess become a paying
eiiterpnse, and will add to the business facilities
of Charleston. The Directors and the different
officers connected with the road deseive great
credit for the work that haa been done. They
commenced under diahearteuiug circumstances,
but have triumphed over all obstacles, and, under
their management, the road will prove a benefit to
the community. By referring to the notice pub>
Ushed in another column, ii wUl be seen that the
schedule haa been changed, to take effect on the
DEPARTURE OF SENOR ROMERO.-This gentleman
who has for some time represented tho Govern?
ment of tho Republic of Mexico at Washington
and who has been enjoying the hospitalities of
somo of our citizens, lett here with his family at
an early hour on Sunday, as passengers, on board
tho United States Steamer Wilderness, which ves?
sel departed from thia harbor at the above time
for Vera Cruz.
BUSINESS NOTICES. .
Cow PEAS, CRAIN, ic.-R. ARNOLD, NO. 219
Meeting streot, corner of John, advertises tho re?
ceipt of peas, rye, and grain, which will bo sold at
the lowest rates.
MESSRS. R. i A. F. CALDWELL, advertise for salo
hird and choice lots of bacon sides, shoulders and
strips. These articles have just landed and will
bo sold at the lowest r.ites.
ROOK AND Jun PRTNTINO.-Mr. THAD. C. Jow
rrr, an old and experienced printer, has resumed
the book and job printing business, at the stand
in Meeting street, one door below the Mills House.
He ia prepared to execute all orders entrusted to
him with neatness and dispatch. His advertise?
ment appears in another column.
-? ? ?
STOCKS, BONDS AND COUPONS.-Mr. ANDREW M.
MORELAND furnishes to-day a statement of quota?
tions for Southern Rank Dills, which will be found
ol'great interest to the publie, as it contains infor?
mation that is valuable to bill holders, showing
the marketable value of these securities. Mr.
MORELAND is prepared to purchase stocka and
bond? of all descriptions.
if you want cheap Blank Rooks;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, .Vc; or, MILLERS' Almanac;
li you want feinting executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Booka made to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go lo HIRAM HARRIS, Xo. 59 Broad street.
WUAT OTHERS HAVE DOVE You MAY Do.-Ono gentle?
man says, my doctors' bills for live years, averaged oue
hundred and fifty dollars per year. Three years ago 1
procured ono or Dr. UrnrPHBETS' cases of Homoeopathic
Specifies, and since that time my doctors' bills havo
averaged $15 per year, and we have enjoyed almost un?
interrupted health. Price $10, sent by express on receipt
o? the price. Address
HrMPHRE?S' hOMlPOPATHIO MEDICINE CO.,
Ootober 28 1 No. 662 Broadway, N. Y.
The best Dyspeptic Bitters now in use are PANKNTN'S
Hepatic Bitters. They never fail to give reliof. Try a
bottle, and be convinced. For sale by all Druggists, ni
A ru m.
What is TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what are Its effect*I These ?re ques?
tions which the great American public has a right to
ask, and it also lias a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
sahne cathartic, alterative and tonic, and is most care?
fully prepared in the form of a snow white powder, con?
taining all the wouderlul medical properties ol the far
famed Seltzer Spring? of Oermauy.
Of its effects wo would say that those who havo tested
the preparation are the best Judges, and they declare
over thoir own signatures that the preparation will
promptly relieve indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. Cure every sjieries of headache. Tranquilize tho
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs nf Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
stomach. Cleanse and tone tho bowell. Assist the
tailing appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and it
will convince yon ol' the above facts.
TARRANT & CO., Sole Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. '.?mos September 12
Thc Time to Advertise In the Country.
THE PHOENIX has a large circulation throughout the
middle and upper Districts or the State. Advertising
rates as reasonable os the stringency of e money mar?
ket ?ill warrant. Merchants and others wishing to usp
the columns of the paper will address
-il LIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor.
February 25 Columbia. S. C.
Rarely has th TO been a season as fruitful as
this of malarious diseases. Not oulyon the prairies
aud In the valleys of the West ; not merely in all
the old haunts of Fever and Ague and Bilious Re?
mittent Fever have these prostrating diseases been
nun-nally virulent ; but they have extended to toms
and ci tir? never before Infested with them, and have
even ascended tho mountains and attacked tbousauda of
people supposed to have beeu placed, by laws of Nature,
above their reach. Hence we are compelled to udmit
that a fatal element pervades the Universal Air this sea?
son, and should at once resort io the only approyed pre
tenure ol its consequences, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BITTERS, a tonic so potent, au anti-septic so perfect, an
alterative ao irresistible, and a stimulant so pure that it
enables the human system tn resist and hallie all the
predisposing causes of disease. With the confidence that
one ? lothod m incombustible garments might move
among blazing buildings, the man who arms himself
against malaria with this powerful tfWrn Jive medicine may
walk a fever-scourged district tearless ol its insalubrious
atmosphere. Tho intormittonts and remittents at pre
seut so general in all tarts of thc country may be but the
forerunners of a deadlier scourge now on its way West?
ward from the far V.ist Prepare tho system with HOS
TETTER'S BITTERS for a successful battle with the
ruephitic causes of all tpidunict. Be wise in time.
October 20 6
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. THOBNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant aud Psychometncian, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. T. Madame THORNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to eua
ble her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance
to the single or married of either sex. While In a stale
of trance, sho delineates the very features of the person
yon are to marry, and by tho ?id of an in?tniment of in?
truse power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a ufc-like picture of the future husband or wite
of the applicant, together with date of marriage, position
lu lite, leading traits of character, .Vc. This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert. She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of bair, and giving place or birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cents
and stamped envelope addressed to J ourself, you will re?
ceive the picture sud desired iutormatioo by return moil,
\U communications sacredly confidential. Address, iu
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 223,
Hudson. N_Y_ ly_March SQ
Free to Everybody.
A iJirgc fi pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
ll teaches how the homely may become beaut ?lui, the
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should rail to scud their
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lvr Troy, N. Y.
TUE WORLD IMBED
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BS THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A.PERBIGO.
SHE REV ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those ?ho, from doleiul
event-, catos tr ophM, crosses in love, loss ol'relations and
friends, les.' of money, fcc. have bo-omo despondent.
She brings together linne long separated, gives intorma
tiou com erniug abaenl friends or lovers, restores lost or
stolen property, tells you the business you are bc*t
quail tied to pursue and in what you ?rill be most success?
ful, nausea speedy marriages, and tell? you the very day
you will marry, gives you the names, likeness and char?
acteristics of tho person. she roads your very thoughts,
and by her ai ni oat supernatural powers, unvails the dark
and hidden mysteries ot the future. From the stars wi?
ser m the firmament-thc malefic stars that overcome or
pr* dominate in tire configuration-trom thc aspects and
positions ol the planets and the fixed stars in the heavens
at the time of birth, she deduces the future destiny Cd
man. Fall not ti? consult the greatest Astrologist on
earth. 11 costs you but a trille, and you may never iigai u
have so favors hie nu opwwtanity, Consultation fee, with
likeness and all desi rea reformation, SI. Parties living
at a distance can consult thc Madame hy mail with "(jual
safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A
lull and explicit chart, written out, with all Inquiries ar
swercd aud likeness enclosed, sent hy mall on receipt ot
pnce above mentioned. The strictest sec rosy will I u
maintained, ami all correspondence returned ordestr ,
ed. Refereoii?sol flie highest order furnished those oe
sn iug them. Write plainly the day of the montbacd
year in which yon were born, enclosing a ?HUIit lot*, o
A ide. ?, MADAME H. A. PERRiUO,
P. o. DRAWER'?va, itmmio, N. Y.
Manh a' _Iv
< IMSPKK ( OMA.
oh 1 she was beautilul and lair,
With starry i yes, and radiant hair.
Whose i uning tendrils, sou entwined,
Enchained thc very heart and mind,
For Curling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy
?nd Glossy Ringlets or Heavy Massive
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LAD1E 5 AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautily themselves a thousaud-lold.
It is the only article in the world that will curl straight
hair, aud at thc same time give it a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. The Crisper i oma nut only curls the hair, but
Invigorates, beautifies and cleanses lt; la highly and de?
lightfully permuted, and is the most complete article ol
the kind ever offered to the Aun ric m public. Thc
Crisper Coma Will be sent to auy address, sealed and
postpaid for SI.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK Sc CO., Chemists,
No. ? West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. 1*.
March 30 lyf
DRY GOODS, ETC.
NO. 252 KING STREET.
JAMES B. BETTS,
OF THE LATE FIRM OF
ROBERT ADOER & CO.,
' DEALER IN
FOREIGN ASD DOMESTIC DM' GOODS
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF CASH RuT
ERS to his stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
to which addition* arc niado weekly.
MR. BEITS will sell uniformly at the lowest marCrt
prices. Changes in the value of Goods will be promptly
met: the public may rely on having Ibis pledge tully
carried out in even- department of bis busiucss.
MB. E. L. KERRISON, so loug connected with the
Drv Goods l?nninpss in Charleston, is engaged with Mr.
BETTS in conducting his business.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
JUST OPENED AND DAILY RECEIVING A SPLEN?
DID STOCK OK GOODS FOR FALL AND WINTER
TRADE, at wholesale and retail, tor cash, at a small ad?
vance ot. Northern cosh*. The stock comprises every
article adapted for Ute season, und purchasers will do
well to cull soon, as bargains will ho offered, at
No. 306 KING STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND SOCIETY.
FALL AND WINTER
THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE IS SPECIALLY
invited to our Fall and Winter stoci ot
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
which ls now completo in every department. In
WOOLLENS AND BLANKETS,
adapted to Planters' use, we have a large stock, to wiiich
we invite special attention.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN
No. 1*3 MEETING STREET.
September 7_ imoa
P001RTIE & STILLMAN, ??TS.
No. 281 KING STREET.
"IITE INVITE ATTENTION TO OUR STOCK OF
VV H( )SI ERY, consisting of :
Ladies' and Misses' ENGLISH AND GERMAN WHITE
Men's and Boys' Brown Cotton Hah Hose, in English
Fancy Worsted Socks for Children
(touts'. Ladles' and Children's Merino and L. Wool Un
Gloves of all descriptions-Kid. Silk, Beaver. Cassia ere,
Berlin, lined. Ac.
A lot of Ijulies' Kid Gloves, spotted, at fsOc. a pair
A lot ot Brown Cotton Half Hose. 12,v,c. a pair
With a full assortment of Haberdasherv, Pertuinerv, ftc
At the NEW STORE, No. 2H1 KING KTXEET.
FdGARTIE & STILLMAN,
October 25 fnv? AGENTS.
No. 248 KING STREET,
Bet ween Hasel and Market-s.s.
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
their onatotnera and the public generally, to their
very extensivo stock of
Which will at all times be found complete.
In this will l?e found a well assorted stock of PRINTS'
GINGHAMS. SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, all at the
lowest market rates.
Especial attention is called to our very cheap UM
Sheeting?, 3-4, 7-8 ?ni 4-4 Lougrloths.
We have RED, WHITE aud COLORED FLANNELS, In
great variety ; Blankets. Shawls, Nubias, Sontags, Hood?
and Scarfs, very chea}).
A splendid quality of ULOADOLOTH. for Ladlee'
cloaks, at $2 per yard.
Fine Cloths. Oas-imeres and Vestings of all descrip?
tions, suitable tor Men's and Boys' wear.
LINEN GOODS DEPARTMENT.
The atteution of Housekeepers is invited to our verv ,
cheap LINEN GOODS, consisting of Irish Fronting Lin?
on, Linen sheetitig, Pillow Case Linen, Table IIHIIISHK.
Table Cloths. Towels, Napkins, Doylies aud Huckaback,
at 20 cents.
Linen Table Cloths at 78 ei nts. to JJ.
Shirt L'osoms from 36 ceuts up.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IN Tins PARTICULAR LINE WILL BE FOUND THE
latest novelties of the season iu the very best fabrics and
POPLINS, Merinos, Empress Cloth, Mohairs
Black aud Colored Silks. Scotch Plaids
And an extensive variety of low-priced Dress Goods.
A large lot ol Balmorals and Hoop Skirts, very cheap.
WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES OE SILK AND
CLOTH COVERINGS made of the best materials and
MILL ISM A!\D MI0\ IIEPARTMEM .
FULL LINES OF THE BEST MAKES OF KID.
SILK and TH READ OLOVE9
Ladies' Hats. Bonnets
Aud a very heavy stock of best Silk Ribbons of all
widths and shades.-, together wiih and expensive assort?
ment of cloak Set?, Bui.de Gimpxand Fringes, Guipure.
Brussels Thread, Cluny ard Dlond Laces, ?lack and
Colored Silk Velvet Ribbons.
LADIES'. GENTS', AND CHILDREN'S REST ENO
LISH, French, and German nOSE and HALF HOSE, of
all qualities, in Cotton and Wocl, very cheap.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No, UH KING STREET,
DRV GOODS ! DRY GOODS !
294 KING STREET, 294
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that he has REMOVED TO TU li ABOVE S TAND,
and has jost received u full sud complete stock of
FALL AND WINTER
DR Y OOODS.
DRESS GOODS of all kinds, CALICOES, DELAINES,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FLAN NELS, . LANKETS, HO?
SIERY, GLOVES. HANDKERi 'U IRKS, LINENS, LONO
CCIIUS, SHEETINGS, WHITE GOODS, kc, Ac.
BROWN SHIRTINGS AND SHEE1INGS, PUECKS.
Stripes, Denims, Ticking*., Kerseys, Satinets, Kentucky
Jeans, Tweeds, Cloths, CasaimeriB, icc, ftc
A select stock of FANCY AND OTHER GOOPS, usn
ally mund in a FIRM" CLASS
Dry Goods Store,
Allot which will be sold at the lewest possible figure for
CASH OR CITY ACCEPTANCE.
No. 394 KING STREET,
Corner ol Wentworth, ender Masonic Hall.
October 2_ _wtuilmo
IF O TT 33,
CELEBRA T E I)
SENT ANYWHERE HY EXPRES-., c. o. D. FOR iii'.
Address ALLEN G. FOWLER.
No. 3 P.irL Row, New Yolk.
October 21 niwiumo
Til ER F.YTK\MO\ OP SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
ON AXD AFTER SATURDAY THE 2D PRO-CLIO,
the hue of this Road will lie completed, and extended
U> Coosawlintchie. Passengers and Creight will be receiv?
ed at the different stations on the Road, and delivered at
CooBawliatehie, where there la u iiernianent and substan
tial bridge over the river, and n good wau'on road lead?
ing to Oillisonville, Grahamville, Forrctavillo anil the
Tho trains will arrive at Coosawhatehie on Tuesday,
Thursday mi l Saturday of each week nt 12 o'clock
Meridian, mut leave for Charleston at 1 o'clock P. M.
s one day.
Faro to Charleston ft*. 00.
.INO. s. lt VAN',
October 28 mwfft General Superintendent
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL, t , i l.ISTLXDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHABLESTOy, . C., October 3, 1867. J
ON AND AFTER OCTOBI. I HE 6TH. 1HC7, 'I HE
PASSENGER I KAINS on thc i nth Carolina Rail
rosd wlD run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston lor Colombia. t.:!0 A M
Arrive nt Ringville.U.L3 A M
Leave Ringville.11.4) A M
Arrive at columbia. 1.10 p M
Leave Columbia.10.00 A M
Arrive al Kingville.11.86 A M
Leave Kiugyille.13.06 P M
Arrive at Charleston. 7.05 PM
Leavo Charlee ton for Augusta.10.40 A M
Arrive at Augusta.7.40 P M
Leave Augusta. X4D A M
Arrive al Charleston.l'J.'Jl) P M
Thu Passenger Train on tho Camden Branch will con?
nect w ith Up und Down Columbia 'I rains, ano Wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad Trains on Mundays,
Wednesday* and Saturdays.
NIGHT EXPRESS. FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AC?
COMMODATION ThAIN will mn as follows, vir.:
Leave Charleston for Columbia..'.6.40 P M
Arrive st Columbia. CODA M
Leave Columbia.8.00 p M
Arrive at charleston. 3.20 A M
Leave Charleston for Auguste. 7.30 P M
Arrive at Augusta.6.50 A M
Leave Augusta.4.10 P M
Ai rive at Charleston.4.00 A M
H. T. PEAKE,
October! fiuwlmo General Superintendent.
No. 219 KING STREET,
West side, ono door South ot' Mar?
NOW OPENED AN ELEGANT ASSORTED STOCK OF
Made up specially Tor this Market.
Tin' greatest can1! and skill lia* boon
bestowed on the ('ultim; and Work?
manship, and every Customer can
roly on purchasing from this House
a perfect Garment,
THK STOCK COMPRISES ALL GKADICS,
PINE, M K DI I'M AND I .OW SMI IC Kl),
IM 1.1 DIM. MAIM Y \ KU STY I. KS.
DOTS' Al YOUTHS'
Milli 3 TH 16 YEARS OF AGE.
To supply tluk increasing demand
in this brunell ol' my business, 1
have greatly enlarged my Stock.
Parents will find here all t hey need
Tor their Sons.
[T i ir
I STA R BRAND LINEN BOSOM
The STAR BRAND SHIRTS I
have sold in t his city for over twenty
years have always given satisfaction
in FIT and MATERIAL.
IN FURNISHING GOODS I OFFERi
MERINO AND LAMBS' WOOL UNDERSHIRTS ANS
DRAWERS, shaker Plannet Undershirts and Drawers,
Canton Flannel Undershirts and Drawers, Travellm;:
Sturts, Hall Hose, Suspenders, Neck Ties, Scarfs,
Gloves pf Heaver. Buckskin, Dogskin, French Kid ami
cassiniere, Collars ol Linen ami Paper in aUprevailing
A full supply ol CLOTHING for Freedmen of EngUst
Kersey und Domestic Goods, und heavy Grey blankets
weighing live pounds each.
TA I LORI Mi DE PA RTMENT.
The Stock 1 oller this seosou is verv attractive, consist?
ing nt ENGLISH, FK1.NCH and AMERICAN CLOTHS,
Beavers, Tricots, Coatings, Cassi meres. Velvets, V el?
veteens and Corduroys. The excellence o? toe style am
lit of Guruieuts made at tide H"iise, by au experienced
Cutter from Francs, are sure to please those who wit
leave their orders.
Prjces fixed and marked ou each article.
The entire stock is offered ut low price*.
Purchasers ure invited lt cull und look through tLt
WATCHES, JEWE1BT, ETC.
A Sl PEftH STOCK OP PINK
BOLD Ai SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
AU worra n ted tn ran nnrl thoroughly n cie
?la.ted, ?tl Hu- low price of (lo estell I
.SM TISFAOTfOX GUA lt A If TEED,
IOU Solid Ooh! Hnnlbig Waldies. S250 to 31001
liai Magic Cased Oohl Watched. 900 to sw
lim I .a lies' Watches, Enamelled. DH? tu :iot
200Guld Hunting Chronometer Watches... 250 lo HUI
SUD tiiilil Hunting English Levers. 200 to '/St
you Gold Unuting Duplex Watches. iii lo -JIU
500 Gold Hunting A.rieau Watches. ion to 25i
CU) SIKcr Huntiug Levers. SO to UH
500 Silver H Huting Duplexes. 75 tu 25?.
GOO ladies' Odd Watches. .'?oto 2.'*
lunn Gold Hunting Lupines. f?0to 7>"
UNO Misoellauoiiiw Watches, all kinds. 50 to lot
2000 SUvcr Hunting Watches. 25 to 5(
50)0 A>sauted silver Watehea. toto li
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular ont
price plan, tiring every patron a tine Gold or solid sil?
ver Watch tor SH), without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of Ute above mamilu,
cent stock. Certificate*, naming the urtii les, are placed
m vealed envelopes, aud well mixed. Holders are enti?
tled to the artii lc named on their ceri!neate, upon pay?
ment of Ten Dol?ais, whether it bc a Watch worth Moot
or oin- worth los. The return of any ol our certificate?
entitles \iiu lo Hie article named thereon, upon puyineit!,
irrespective of it? worth: amt as uo article valued lesa
than il" is named on any certificate, u will at once
he seen that this is no Lottery, bot u straightforward
legitimate traiiaactii ti, winch may be participated in
even by tin- moat fastidious!
A ringle Certificate will )?. sen! by mail, postpaid, upon
n ce rpi ..f 23 cents, five for SI, eleven l.?r $2, thirty-thret
and i logant premium for $9, sixty-six und more valuabh
premium for 510, ono hundred sud uiosl superb Watcl
lor ?15. To Agents, or those wishing employment, tin
is a rare opportunity, li i- a legit?mate!) conducted
business, univ authorized by the Government, and opel
lo the most ciireful scrutiny. '1 ry OS. Address
WRIGHT. BRO. ft CO..
Importers, No. ir.) broadway. N. Y.
October22 ' imo
EVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, Alu,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS
C. Published weekly, by POWELL K
i Kims or suusrnirrioN
One copy on.- >ciir.
KATES OP \HV| KTISI
One Square, ten lines or les,,,,,, .,
For each soi. .e.|iem insertiou... .
All Advertlaeuieuta ki be lUsliiv
will be published until ordered oin.
inply i ,
Merchant-: and others advertising bj : lie year, a una
.ai deduction on the aimvc rales wm be u.ide.
> o\ cm i el ia
marked, or the)
.. barged accord
(IDEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL,.810,000,000 IST GOLD.
rIS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
against loe a or damage by tire on BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDIZE, HOUSER OLD FURNITURE, RENTS,
Ac, at established rutes.
Losses promptly paid, without referenco to England.
OIBBES A CO., Agents,
.?tober 28 ratuGmo NO, 10 Adgor's south Wharf.
i Iii J
HAVING RESUMED THE
BOOK AND JOB
AT THE 1 tl.!) STAND,
NO. 69 MEETING STREET,
Next to Mills House,
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR
PAMPHLETS, CAR US,
BILL HEADS, CIRCULARS,
BRIEFS, HAND BILLS,
RECEIPTS, ' LABELS,
Intrusted to his care, WITH NEATNESS AND DIS?
PATCH, at prices to suit the times.
October 28 mtus3
SHINGLES ! SHINGLES!!
1 ? Iff! AAA PRIME GEORGETOWN CYPRESS
lWV/?UvJl/ SHINGLES tor sale on reasonable
terms iu Tots to snit purchasers at J Nu. C. MALLONEE'S
Lumber Yard and Planing Mill, Horlbeck's Wharf, near
Cetober 28 . C
THE THOROUGH-BRED STALLION
"JONCH HOOPER." by imported Albiou out of a
dum of the best raciug stock in America, will stand for
the Fall Season at the SHEDS IN CHURCH STREET.
Apply to RoBT. HAYNS, Groom.
October 25 tmw6*
TWO LOTS OF LAND SITUATE IN THE TOWN OF
Aiken, S. C., measuring and containing in front 60
feet by 160 feet in depth each. They are disposed m
this manner for thc purpose of procuring funds to enable
a distressed family to leave the State in tho hope of bet
taring their condition. Said lots are valued at $6 per
GRATES FOR DWELLINGS AND
Offices, of ult sizes and patterns..
For sale by
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
No. 297 King street.
October 14 m8
("i () TO NO 20H EAST BAY AND BUY YOUR
JT CROCUS EMORY POWDER
ROTTEN STONE FLOUR EMERY
EMERY CLOTH, 4c, tor polishing.
NEATSFOOT OTT., for Loather Hoeo
LUBRICATING OILS, for Machinery.
M ngures within the reach of all.
WM. M. BIRD & CO.
ALWAYS TAKE TUE HIOHEST PREMIUM. AND
TOOK IX AT PARIS THIS YEAR, as othelal docu?
ments will show.
'these Scales arc placed entirely on their actual merits,
as every Scale is warranted to give entire satisfaction.
RAILROAD TRACK COUNTER
HAY. COAL BUTCHERS'
DORMANT DRUGGISTS' aud
PORTABLE BROKERS' SCALES.
Ot every size and variety. Call and examine samples at
the CHARLESTON AGENCY, sign of Marvin's Safe.
W. M. HIRD & CO.,
September ? NO. 203 EAST BAY STREET.
MARVIN'S PAT BOT SAFES never mould their contents.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never ccrrode the iron.
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES never lose their Fire proof
MARVIN'S PATENT SAFES are the only SAFES filled
with Alum and Dry Plaster. No other Safe has these
WE REFER TO THE MERCHANTS. COTTON FAC?
TORS, Hankers and Jewelers of thia city whom
wc have supplied. Sixty-eight of these Safes have been
sold bj us since the clo.-? ot the war, which alone should
ho a sufficient guarantee that they are all we claim.
Call and examine the Stock now on hand, or send for a
W. M. BIRD & CO,
NJ. 2OT EAST BAY, Agents for Charleston.
C. Dl'CRHT.VS PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment of
Horses from Carriages. ,
rrVHIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
? which has been patented in the United States,
France and England, ls now offered by the subscriber to
the public, feebng assured they will find it, upou oxaini
uation, oue of the greatest Inventions ol thc age.
Prominent among its advantages aro:
FIUST-T he facility with which horses may be harness?
ed to or unharnessed from u Carriage, also rendering it
unnecessary for the person unharnessing to pass between
or behind tile horses a? is customary, thus avoiding any
iubility of being kicked.
SECOMB-lu ease ot a horse falling, he may be loosed
trom tho carriage in one second, without the driver leav?
ing his seat. It is so simple in its operation that a child
m work it.
Timm AND GHEATEBT-In case* of horses taking fribht.
becoming uumnnagable or running away, tho terrible
consequences which so frequently follow may b . all avoid?
ed hy this simple application to carriages, as the horses
can be loosed trom the carriage "ina twinkliug," and the
carriage is quickly and safely stopped.
Mr. C. DLCREUX gavoseveral public exhibitions. The
great favor and praise manifested by the public on thee??
occasions, is one ol the evidences of a popular appreeia
tion of its merits.
Terms may ba known mid orders received for applying
the patent to larriages, or purchase o? Stoh; Rights, by
addressing to C. DUCREUX, Patentee,
No. 93 Elisabeth street, New York.
October 22 :<m"
JIANO-FOHTES-?RAN?. SHA AK*. AND
*_ UPRIGHT-Which aro now acknow^ge? to oe,
..y the Leading Artists in luis country, st PERI..ll lo
ANY OTHER? IN AMERICA. Tbeee lari ru?nente pos?
sess every modern improvement .arei erf the largest sta*,
[Rushed in CARVED and PLAIN ^fSl
. .-.-ul? nt itv le. Each bas the full
?.'j ?Zi???T? BASSlwith or with
GRAND ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to any
other ta rapid elocution. These Instruments are all
M vVN SBVKS AS? A QUAST? und SEVES AND A THTBP
.STACKS- constructed ?I tBOBOOOHM SEASON BU? WOOD,
L^l of the finest ami best material. For eneas POW?,
Manta ol'ALlllF.s. SWKSTHBSS and VUItlT? OP TONE
hr iwi -nt .1 e.-uUre Rsoisi EH: ELEGANCE OF FINISH
i 1.1 : ..' if 1 ? I n i.\ li 11 - H Y. the P.ano-Fortes ol Mesan.
VNYS v SOM ur. onsurpasaed by any other makers in
ho* Wolli D.and hav* taken the HIGHEST PREMIUM
IVHKHEVEK EXHIBI1ED. Toe same facilities wbu-h
enable tins linn to produce?SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT,
also enable them to oder their PIANO-FORTES to the
public ut TWENT? PER . INT. low .T than any other KIBST
, : \-s mannt?) rorer In the country.
The special attention ot Deafen, Teachers and others
in invited to the examination ot '.hese Pianos before niak
iu" their selection elsewhere. Every Instrument is folly
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. DeacripUve circu?
lar- s. nt Ul all parts ol the country upon appbculion. Ad?
die-*, JENNYS .v SONS.
New. 233 an.l2J5 East 21a. street.
Between 2d aud 3d Avenue?. New vork.
September 27 lyr
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction House, No. 05 Hasel street,
opposite the PostoJHce,
REGULAR SALE DAYS, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS,
AND 1'RID AYS.
THIS DAY, commencing st 10 o'clock,
BASLF. and ST. ETTTENE RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS.
Mantillas. Feathers, Flowers, Battons, 4c, Ac
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, NOTIONS, LOOKING.
GLASSES. CUTLERY, Ac.
43- City Cenaignora will Rive om- address as above to
Draymen, so as to insure our receiving iii eli conalgu
ments. October 28
Clothing, Dry Good?, ?ce.
KILROY & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at their Sales Rooms.
No. 13? Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel,
An elegant and complete assortment of CLOTHIIG of
all grade? and in suits,
200 PAIRS L'LACK AND FANCY 8ATTTNET PANTS.
A largo assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS,
OON8IRTTKO OF '.
CALICOES, LONGCLOTH8, Sheeting. Jeans, Sattfnete,
Flannels. Linens, Wool Yarn, Hoop Shirts, Hosiery,
>hirta, Neck lies, Suspe.ulen, Handkerchiefs, Spool
Cottons, Toilet Soaps, rer.:imery. Ribbons, Trimmings,
Button?, Braids, 4c, 4c. October 38
Carpet, Hat;, Dry Goods, Shop Goods, $c.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TO MORROW. 29th inst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at
our Auction Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street,
1 SMALL PATTERN INGRAIN CARPET. 15 feet
Invoice of Meu's Fin? Felt Hats, fashionable styles
c ? simoros, Sattinets, Red and White Flannel
Canton Flannel. Muslin Delaine*, Calicoes
Alpaccas, slate and White Jeans
A huge variety of Ribbons, Corsets, Hoop Skirts
1 case new and fashionable style Bonnet and Hat
Bleached and Brown Shirtings, Grey Blanket?, Ac.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Men's Wool, Half Wool, and Cotton Country gmt
Half Hose. . October 28
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me dlreeted and do?
li vered, will be sold on MONDAY, the 4th day of No?
vember next, at Northeast corner of the Court House,
at 12 o'clock M.
ALL THE RIGHT. TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE
defendant in all that LOT OF LAND, with a two-etory
BRICK BUILDING and other improvements thereon, tit
nate North side Henrietta street, and known aa No. 34.
Levied upon and to be sold as, the property of John
Moran, at the rait of Edward Kerrigan, Administrator of
Peter C. Kerrigan.
Terms oaah. WM. S. HASTIE, 8. C. D,
October 14 m
(ON TUE HAVANA PLAN)
B E INT I F I T
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000!
?ii Prizes of... si, ooo
63 Prizes of..400
IAS Prises of..SOO
4 i0 Prises of..195
1 Prize of..$50,000
1 Prize of..30,000
1 Prize of..8,000
1 Prise of.7,000
a Prizes of..5,000
315 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
788 PRIZES-?330,65o IN PRIZES TO BB
To be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
OCTOBER 31st, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12 ; HALVES, $6 ; QUARTERS, $3;
Hie chances are tar more favorable to drew pri?es ia
this than in any other Lottery in the world. Purchasers
of Lottery Tickets should always examine the tentones.
Prizes paid in foll without discount
Official drawings sent each purchaser,
correspondents may rely on prompt attention to orders
by euclosing money with tull address.
'??.All o'ders for tickets, schemes, and information to
be ad dreaaed to H.T. PETERS.
United States Licensed Agent.
Key Box 82, Charleston, 8.0.
Office No. 90 Hasel street,
FOR THE i
MAM OHS' HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Manager^
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TICKETS OMA Ol DOLLAR !
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, GA.,
WEDNESDAY, NOV'R 6th, 1867.
All thc Prizes will be drawn!
.4 PACKAGE OF TEX TICKETS FOR TER
DOLLARS LIABLE TO DRAW $30,0001
THE GRAND SCHEME;
To be drawn at Atlanta. Ga., Nor*
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
1 Prize of.....$360,000
1 Prize of..25,000
I Prize of.10,000
3 prizes of..... 5,000 |
3 Prizes of...$3,500
1? Pr lies ot.... 500
53 Prises of... 350
130 Prizes of... 300
54 APPROXIMATION PRIZES AMOUNTING TO
30,0(10 NUMBERS.?18 PRIZES.
TICKETS $12. HALVES $6. QUARTERS $8,
tri , '. 'n 1
The above Brilliant Scheme ia worthy the attention ot
the public Its management ia under the control of gen?
tlemen of tho hutheat standing in our midst, and in the
Masonic fraternity. The charter of thia Lottery bj from
tlie state of Oeoiyia, and bonds given for th. payment of
all prizes. .
All ITizes paid without di ?count
Official Drawing* w-nt each purchaser.
All Prizes t:aahed at thia Office.
nj? corre?i>oiidcnts may rely on prompt attention io
oiders by ?iuiply euclosing mouey with full address.
8j>- AU orders for Ticket?, Schemes, aud inlormation
tc he addreaned to
JAMES KERR, Manager's Agent,
Lock Box NO.-684, Charleston, 8. C.
Office: Nc. 20 BROAD STREET. October 14
FOLl THE MILLION ! !
T Wild. SEND. POST-PAID. 50 PHOTOGLYPHS OF
1 the most celebrated Actors ior ****** ?ctresssa
tor 50 cents; 50 Union Generals tot? M eso?; 60 Rebel
General? f.* 50 e nta: 50 Stat???/^ ? 50 beau
iiiulyouug Ladles tor 50 cents; 5u Hue-looking young
(?crt emeu forCO couta; C largo Photographe of French
DmfarS '. n costume, beautifully colored, exactly se
tt^ v Zear ?r AO cents; or tor SO centos of the most
OMnlffi&dSsrf*** *?"???. 5 < Troupe, aa they
,?5?r m t he play ol the B.?Ok Croo t.NmlO's Gerd?..
N"*?nd"u orders to P. 0. Box 177, Tr j, ft y.
May li_gg .
E. M. WmTINGh
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
SAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
atxeet to No. 77 CHURCH ? S?BEL near St
.el's Alley. . j Iojwst31?j;